A panel of CSUSB faculty members from a cross section of academic disciplines will share their insights and perspectives on ChatGPT and its implications for instruction, research and writing.
Sharon Velarde Pierce, an associate professor of public administration and CSUSB alumna, was honored for her expertise in advising, authentic care for student success, a heartfelt passion for the profession, and her enduring commitment to teaching and mentoring students.
“New York, New York” was a festive evening of iconic New York City foods, classic cocktails and music that showcased program developments, introduced hospitality program students and featured student DJs from PDC’s Paws Radio.
Jeremy Murray (history) is the recipient of CSUSB’s Outstanding Service Award, Claire Todd (geological sciences) described the conditions for avalanches in the local mountains, and Deidre Lanesskog (social work) cowrote an article on qualitative inquiry.
“His willingness to engage in activities that share knowledge within the community seems endless,” the nominating committee said.
As CSUSB’s chief academic officer, A. Rafik Mohamed works to help the university’s entire teaching corps excel, with the overall goal of helping students define their own future.
Stuart Sumida is the 2022-23 recipient of the university’s Golden Apple Award, which recognizes outstanding faculty who excel in the profession of teaching and have a significant impact on students with whom they interact.
The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine ranking looks at institutions that not only enroll the highest number of Hispanic/Latino students, but also the proportion of these students on a campus.
The Sept. 7 event brought nearly 300 CSUSB administrators, faculty, staff, students and community members together in the Santos Manuel Student Union South to officially break ground for the new 73,337-square-foot Performing Arts Center.